The IRAS source PSC 09104+4109 is tentatively identified with a faint emission line galaxy having z = 0.442. Assuming this identification is correct, the total infrared luminosity of this galaxy is estimated to be 5 x 10 to the 12th power L sub 0, among the highest for galaxies detected by IRAS. This energy is concentrated at wavelengths less than 30 micrometers, and is approx. 50 times greater than the estimated optical luminosity. The serendipitous way in which this source was found in the PSC catalog suggests that many more similar objects may be found at the lowest levels of the IRAS survey.